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Club announces 'An Evening In With Legends' event

18 February 2021

Norwich City can confirm that the club will be hosting a virtual question & answer session with club legends on Thursday, March 4 (7pm).

In order to lift lockdown spirits, this event will be free of charge to all supporters, with attendance to be virtual via Microsoft Teams. However, fans will have the option to donate money to the Community Sports Foundation.

Six club legends will be involved in the Q&A and it’s your opportunity to get their thoughts on their previous careers and ask what they think of the current team’s progress in the 2020-21 Sky Bet Championship.

The six club legends involved in the virtual Q&A are:

Adam Drury

City’s iconic left-back who played 361 times for the Canaries and was involved in three promotions. Goals from this man were a precious commodity but he’s remembered for scoring the equaliser in City’s memorable 4-4 draw with Middlesbrough in 2005, as well as a host of consistently solid performances at the back for the club.

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Grant Holt

One of City’s greatest ever frontmen, Holt scored 78 goals as City climbed from League One to the Premier League with back-to-back promotions between 2009 and 2011. During that time he won the Canaries player of the season award three times, the only player ever to do so.

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Darren Huckerby

City’s box office winger in the promotion-winning season of 2003-04, Huckerby’s influence at Carrow Road saw him become an instant fan favourite. He played 203 games and scored 48 goals during a five-year stint for the club.

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Darren Eadie

A graduate of the Norwich City academy and member of the famous 1993-94 UEFA Cup run squad, Eadie played over 200 games for the club and was regarded as one of England’s most exciting young wingers when he burst onto the scene.

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Jeremy Goss

A deliverer of historic moments during that UEFA Cup run, Goss’s famous strike at the Olympic Stadium in Munich is arguably the most iconic goal scored by a Norwich City player. He enjoyed many seasons at the highest level for the Canaries between 1983 and 1996.

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Rob Newman

Another member of that successful squad, Newman played over 200 matches for the club between 1991 and 1998. He’s now a member of Manchester City’s Spanish scouting department.

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To attend this event and be in for a chance of seeing your question answered by one of the Canaries’ legends, sign up using our form here.


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